Andrew Jorgensen
It's better than bad, it's good!


Salsokies™ are Lit'l Smokies simmered in salsa. Another delicious cullinary invention.

Just for the record, salsa made in San Antonio is no more likely to taste authentic than salsa made in New York City. My guess is there are as many, if not more, Mexicans in NYC. Those from San Antonio are also more likely to be Texican. Also, there's no difference between Picante Sauce and Salsa Picante, except perhaps that the former term is also more Texican.

And, no that wasn't an endorsement for any particular salsa product. My tastes in salsa are simple -- less vinegar and more fresh. I'm a fan of Pico de Gallo which, incidentally, means rooster beak. I probably need to start making my own.